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the strength of Indian political writers and their language is best displayed in this book by Kshemendra. The satire backdrops at 10th century Kashmir.  It is an English translation of thousand-year-old Sanskrit satirical novel Samaya Matrika. The writer expertly designs the book through eight chapters with picturesque social satire. The novel is one of those rare books which reflects on non-so popular literary pieces from the history.

What makes this book stand out?

The book is funny and expertly translated. A good inclusion to the top books of satire from India.

Read it for

An interesting sociological perspective is reflected through this book. A good glimpse of Kashmir is experienced from a 1000-year-old scenario.

Don't read it for

A part of the reading experience might succumb the readers to boredom.

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